28 per cent and afore of the weight per rôd oi any J ""**
TOC MCPhich add nothing td strength but detract from appearance: èTflaçbveness and durability. y
I Ht Mtf; e wirp whWl adds nothing but dead weight and costt Do notebook that yo« also hare
JohB rt to pay on this waste wire, (dead weight.) The selling price of an$ other fence made from the
ge wire as Pittsburg Perfect is greater than the selling price of Pittsburg I erfect l 1 encing.
f 3 •
fcton * *«,
tribut- 5 "
Ore*# *4» i
_ __-4--r-_ -r
between strand* from bottom to top in inobM: 2-21-24-8-4-5-5. The Pitteborg Perfect Razor
fence fills a peculiar position in the fence field. There ha* been a demand for a very dose
Close spacing so that the
ridng nmd* of wire sufficiently large to withstand hard usage.
Use no fence with stay wire made lighter than intermediate line wires
it piga cant get thn'mgh.
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Thla out tireo fibre without words tlie poultry fence that has won the heart of the farmer nnd the farm
wife PITTSBURG PERFECT Note how eioM the wire it. Chickens cant get through.
Wire large and heavy, and the only electrically welded poultry and garden fence.
'or Sale by Meridian Hardware & Implement. Co., Meridian, Idaho.
Big Discount Sale
Jewelry, 20 per cent off for cashl
R. H. WILKINSON
1004 aif>$t., Boise, Idaho.
carries« completo line of Pure Drugs and Chemicals,
Toilet Soaps and Stationery.
Our Prescription Department
f * »• complete with the purest drugs obtainable.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
day or night by a pharmacist.
W* will pay you the highest market
prie«. Bring your stuff in while
the roads are good.
Ind. Phone 785 .
More Votes than Ever Polled this Week !
1500 votM with «very dollar paid >n on subscription _
for bock subscription. Subscribe for the MeridUm Times.
THh HtW WAT OF SMDKINR HHT~^
Wright's Condensed Smoke
by bu~« hUr,*w£ä" fÂVÏ.TÏSîrîïïâffigaî w ! >,t •»
n»«tal can. NEVXIl »OLD IN Ht'LK. rely. **ch with a
wiuüJîV* CONDKNS«} éuoius. Mad« by ■** Um «vnulna
Kinns City, Mo.
wrantced by W. M. A. Hayden. Meridian.
Charles Piokett, while getting
hay from the top of a staok Wed
nesday, fell a distance of 12 feet.
He fell on his head and shoulders,
causing quite r severe shaking up.
The doctor says that he will not
be able to pitch hay for several
Saturday night the six-weeks'
old baby of Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Jones passed away after an illness
with whooping cough. The fu
uoral was held Monday at the
house. The baby had not been
well since its birth. Mr. and Mrs.
Jones wish to thank their friends
for assistance rendered during the
The Brotherhood will meet in
the parlore of the Methodist Epis
copal church hext Tuesday even
ing at 7:30. The featnre of the
meeting will be a debate on the
question of the initiative and ref
erendum. The debate will be led
invited to be present and takopart
in the discussion.
The 50- horse
motor for the
werks plant arrived last Tnesday
and is being installed at the power
Superintendent J. F.
Moynihan states that the water
should be turned in next week. If
the mains don't "spring a leak" in
any place the service should begin
at onoe. With three miles of
mains, with numerous connections
it would be fortuuate if there
not some joint that would cause
are interested are
M erulian water
In the recent poultry show at
Boise, Fred Maw, Jr. of Merid
iau, received six premiums and one
special, as follows: First on Buff
Leghorn cookerels; second on B.
L. oooktrel; second on R. 1. Red
cook bird: second on R. I. Red
hen: third on R. I. Red hen; third
B. L. cook bird, and apeoial on
best B. L. cockerel in show. L.
P. Riddick, of Meridian, received
second on single oomb Blaok Mi
G. A. Remington and C. L,
Stalkor will havo a big olean up
sale at ths Remington farm, two
miles west and one and a half
miles south of Meridian, seven
miles east of Nampa, beginning at
10 o'clock, a. ui., Tuesday, Jan.
24th, of the following property
Seven horses, six cattle, chiokens,
machinery, household goods and
lunch at noon.
U C. lobias, auctioneer, E. O.
friday evening, the Ladies
or the Grand Army of the Repub
lic installed the following officers
« iî h ô uin fi y#ar< Plaident,
Mr be II» Newell; senior vice presi
dent, Anna Clark; junior vioe
president, Mary Guy mon; secre
tary. Lettie J. MoFndden; trees
urer. Maggie Coker, chaplain,
L-j, " r * : assistant conductor,
Effle Faux; gnard. Cynthia Slater.
Mrs. Mary Hoekins, of Boise, was
installing officer. She was aucoiu
panied by the following members
« Circle: Mesdames Blair.
Ltou, Conkliii, and Bruco, and
Messrs. Anderson, Whittier, and
Ctoff. Dainty refreshments were
•wved at small tables and a social
good tim e wv enjoyed.
When bu> ing a rough medicine for
U-«' 1 7-Ü' b t ,r „ m m . ,nd th8t Clumber
lam » Couch Remedy ic must effectual
for colds, croup and whooping cough
sod that it contains no harmful drug.
For gale by W. M. >.Ha vden. 8
Constipation ie tn« cause of many ail
ments and disorders that make life
■mh'JüuTr*' Ta ^ e . Chamberlain'» Stom
ach and Liver Tablet*, keep your bowels
regular and you will avoid these dis
eases. F or sale by W. M. A, Harden.
'John P! Baird. Publiaher.
Independent Phone No. 274.
Bell Phone No. 19. _
Entered u Mcond-chuui m»u»r J »»e 11, IW
it the pn.t-o«ce »« M.rtdlan, Idaho, und« the
act ot March 3. 10J9. ____
Iwocd Every PrliUy. Pricti SI « Y tar.
Meridia n and V icinity.
Farmers' train next Wednesday,
Hay for Sale. W. F. Tucker,
at farm, near Meridian.
Good toilet soap, while it lasts,
at 5o a cake, at Hayden's.
Ralph Hedges has returned
from his trip to Denver.
Our poultry powder will make
your hens lay and pay. Hayden.
Prescriptions accurately com
pounded day or night by W. M.
Cabinet photographs, post cards
and stamp pictures at the Newell
Charles Piokett has taken over
the lease of the Palmer livery
barn, lately run by Mr. Kiodail.
For Sale—Full blooded Jersey
Bull, three years old, not regis
tered. but from registered stock.
A. S. Hadley.
Until warmer weather there
will be no show at the Home
theatre on Monday and Thursday
Miss Nola Millspaugh left Sat
urday for Ceres, California, to
make an extended visit with the
family of J. F. Rose.
F. F. Thomas, of the Meridian
hotel, is planning a trip to Color
ado for the benefit of his health.
J. L. Crowder, residing six miles
northeast of Meridian, is quite ill
with la grippe.
Mrs. Eugene E. Hale, of Boise,
teacher of voice and piano, will be
in Meridian on Saturday
week. Bell phone 946 L.
For Rent—160 acres unim
proved land, one mile from Me
ridian. Address George Sherrard,
Box 994, Salt Lake City.
Single comb Rhode Island Red
Buff Leghorn cockerels for
sale. Fred Maw, Jr„ Meridian,
Idaho. Ind. phone 648.
Mrs. Isaac Prow died Wednes
day at her home near Perkins,
after an extended illness,
leaves à husband and three chil
For Sale—One Cole's hot'blast
heating stove, large kitchen cabi
net, iron bed, springs nnd mat
tress. Dr. J. A. McCausland
ROCK SPRINGS COAL. We
have plenty of this coal on hand
now. Fill yonr bina and don't be
out this winter. Union Coal &
Feed Co., Meridian.
The weather this week has been
with Mnstrv wind« h'L*
t much show, nor severe cold,
like some parts of the west
Three adjoining 30-foot lots for
sale, in Meridian. Will sell all
part for cash or on time,
particulars address Mrs.
Benson, South Boise.
Mrs. Mary Ray, who arrived
oently from Portland, and her son,
Dr. C. W. Sims, have taken up
their residence in the Alexander
house on West Idaho street.
James McCormick has been ill
at the Meridian hotel for several
days. A traiued nurse has been
Mrs. Frank Gess was taken to a
hospital nt Boise Saturday for
operation for appedioitis.
ports from there indicate that she
getting along nicely.
one ton and it will go as far as
one and a quarter tons of any
other coal. For sale only at the
I nion Coal & Feed Co., Meridian.
For Sale—Good work team,
mare and gelding, weight 1300
eaoh; also two lots in Cottage
Grove addition to Meridian. Ad.
dress James A. Flood, Meridian,
Ind. phone 659.
. ,P° n 't forget the farmers' exhi.
bit train to be here next Wednes
day afternooh. It will be at the
deixjt for one hour, arriving at
3:25, p. tn. The exhibit and lec
tures are free to everyone.
. ^ ie G'^-months' old baby of
Mr. and Mrs. John Elam, residing
a mile south of Meridian, died
Thursday, of pneunaouia. The
funeral was held from the family
residence the same day.
VTin. Preston, with her
children, June and Paul, were vis
iting with Mrs. H. F. Neal in Me
ndian over Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Preston have been residing
in Portland, but will
V ale, Oregon.
• 1 'o stockholders of the Merid
ian Exchange bank held their
mial meeting Tuesday. The old
directors were renominated, and
the directors, at a meeting held
later, reappointed the same offiers
to serve tor the ensuing year.
GRAIN BAGS, FARMERS,
you will save money by buying
New Bags. Don't let other «dealers
tell you that second hand bags are
as good as new bags. Our prices
are right. We have the New Bags
at the right p * -
Union Coal &
rices. Call at the
Feed Co., Meridian.
Do you know that fully nine out of
every ten cases of rhomatism are simply
rheumatism of the muscles due to cold
or damp, or chronic rheumatism, and re
. 'nteroal treatment jwhateverf
PW Chamberlain'a Liniment freely
and see *}c)W quickly jt iyeH jc or
sale*>v Jv. V a
Bccord of TemperaW
U. 8. Weather
at Meridian, Idaho.
42 18 0 Pt Cloudy
0 Pt Cloudy
47 32 0 Cloudy
46 32 0 Cloudy
53 39 0 Cloudy
46 26 04 Pt Cloudy
46 27 T Clpudy
T indicates too small to measure.
A. W. Garrett, Observer.
N I ■■.
For Rent—The northeast quarter of
the northeast quarter and the east
half of the northwest quarter of the
northeast quarter of Section 8, town
ship 3 west, range 1 east of Boise mer
idian. Ada county, Idaho, containing
about 60 acres. This farm is under
irrigation and will be rented either on
a cash or crop sharing basis. Address
communications to McAllister A Up
ton, Fenton building, Portland, Ore.
Order Fixing Terms of Court.
In the District Court of the Third Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho.
Order fixing terms of court: Under
and by virtue of the authority in me
vested by the statutes of Idaho, I
hereby fix the terms of court for the
Third Judicial District of the State of
Idaho, for the year 1911, to commence
to be held in the counties of said dis
trict ns follows, to-wit:
Ada County: Monday, February 6;
Monday, April 3; Monday, June 5;
Monday, September 11; Monday, No
Boise County: Tuesday, March 28;
Tuesday, June 27: Tuesday, Septem
ber 5; Tuesday, December 5.
It is further ordered that this order
be filed and entered of record by the
clerk of said court in said district, and
that the same be published two consec
utive weeks in a newspaper published
in the respective counties.
Done at Chambers, this 3d day of
Carl A. Davis,
Judge of the Third Judicial District of
the State of Idaho. __
L. C. RUSSELL,
Painting and Decorating.
Paper banging. Residence mile
east of Meridian. P. O. Box 199.
The Piano Contest
Ella Whitmore takes the lead.
Ada M Bentley
Mrs Bertha Roberts
Laura H Corwin
Cora Belle Heard
Nita B Taylor
Mrs M A Collins
Mrs Loah Adams
Mrs May Parker
Mrs John Cato
Nellie G Orr
Mrs Blanche Starr
Mrs Hattie Hicks
Annie E Smith
Mrs. May Spielman
Mrs Lena Veach
Mrs T. J Alover
Mrs Jennie Wilhite
Mrs. Lizzie Sandy
Mrs May Adams
Grace L Neal
Let us hand you our
thus assist you to
WAND YOURSELF the!
Grains, Corn, Fruiis,
need it. Oscar HJ|
Will & Co., Bismarck
mpAim & mmstmm
Protect and Beautify
Your Home # This Fall.^
T HERE is no better time to paint your
home outside than the fall. There are few
drenching rain*to soak the wood. When
there is moisture in the wood it is bound to
come out through the paint. The only safe
way to avoid blistering and peeling is to paint
the surface when it is dry. Then, too, there
few gnats and flies in the fall to spoil the
painting job. When you use
PREPARED (S. W. P.J\
you are sure of getting a paint that will not
only look well, but a paint that will, above
all, protect your house from inclement weath
er. Good paint it an economy. Poor paint
it an expense. The time to investigate is
bofore you buy, not after.
S. W. P. enjoys the largest
sales of any prepared paint.
Its fine grinding and thor
ough mixing make it spread
farther and hence renders it
far more economical than t
lead and oil or many of the ®
cheaper brands of..prepared
paints. • Come in and get a
FOR SALE BY FENTON LUMBER CO.
THEY ALL AGREE THAT
The Coal that Never Slacks or Clinkers, Makes More
.Heat and'Lasts Longer than any Other Coal.
OUR TON WEIGHS
SOLD ONLY BY
Union Coal £ Feed Co.
HARNESS AND SADDLES
k Harness and Shoe Repairing a Spec ialty
Call and see me. I will treat you right. Shop
Broadway, next door to Peer's Office, Meridian.
Gives light where you want
when you want it and
much as you wan't of it
you are'not wired for service/ let
us wire your house at cost.
Owyhee Hotel Building,
Ind. Phone, 381.
Bell Phone, 08.
»R C. W. SIMS
Registered Oxford now
and L rin Rjiiis f îiile
R ' p ' u - No, l^Moridiau, Idaho.
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